AD Series locks were designed to be adaptable, allowing upgrades to be made to new technologies without taking the lock off the door. They integrate into popular electronic access control systems from Software Alliance members to deliver a comprehensive EAC solution.
Available in cylindrical, mortise, mortise deadbolt and exit trim chassis options, they feature built-in credential reader and access control sensors for simplified installation.
The AD-300 enables a wide range of credential options including NFC mobile, smart (13.56 MHz), proximity (125 kHz), magnetic stripe and PIN credentials; card + PIN is also available for extra security.
AD-300 locks communicate either directly to an access control panel via RS-485 or, in a Wiegand or Clock & Data system, through a panel interface board (PIB). They can work in the same access control system as other devices including wireless Schlage NDE or LE locks, and the WRI400 which enables integration of remote access points such as gates and traditional, around-the-door solutions such as readers connected to electric strikes or exit devices.
Features and benefits:
Electronic access control bring more visibility and control to the opening
Modular design allows reader upgrade to fit changing credential needs without changing the lock
Real-time communication with centralized lockdown capability
Weather-resistant for interior and perimeter applications
Open architecture platform is compatible with most major access control systems
Flexible connectivity options to fit building infrastructure
Integrated design combines electrified lock, credential reader, request-to-exit and request-to-entersensors, door position switch and tamper switch
Smart credentials can be used for vending and other applications.
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